A DOG show in Windsor was a “huge success” after its four-day event.
The 2022 Windsor Championship Dog Show, which ran from June 30 to July 3, saw nearly 8,000 dogs from across the UK attend the biggest event of its kind in southern England.
Every day, different breeds of purebred dogs, divided into seven groups.
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Sussie Wiles, Windsor Championship Dog Show Secretary, said: “The Windsor Championship Dog Show executives and committee were delighted that their four-day show had been a huge success.
“It was wonderful to welcome the returning dogs, their owners, the judges, stall owners and of course a steady stream of visitors from all over the world.”
Ms Wiles added that a Labrador exhibitor came from Argentina with his yellow male to enter the show.
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She said: ‘The new layout with expansive tents belies that exhibitors and their dogs were comfortable regardless of the weather which this year was quite changeable.
“At the end of the four days, Best In Show was awarded to a black standard poodle imported from Sweden as Champion Huffish Rewrite the Stars with Alastar (Jake to his friends) owned and managed by Mr Philip Langdon.
“The top puppy in the show was Mrs. Bisland’s 11 month old Doberman called Highland Fling from Krieger. Appropriately named as she had traveled from Scotland.”